Mar 19th '18

Jiro Konami
New City


Having recently moved to New York from his native country of Japan, photographer Jiro Konami has found new inspiration in the chaotic streets of NYC. His latest work accompanies our Spring ‘18 collection in our collaborative exhibition “NEW CITY.”

As a photographer and surfer girl in the ’70s, Susea McGearhart captured many images of the golden age of surfing and skateboarding in California. Here, she shares with us a series of unpublished photos, including scenes amongst the wreckage of Pacific Ocean Park.

Introducing the latest additions to our Grooming Essentials line: the Saturdays NYC Shaving Cream, Exfoliating Soap Bar, and Moisturizing Soap Bar.

Jonny Johansson

Since founding Acne Studios in 1996, Jonny Johansson has brought a multidisciplinary approach to fashion. His designs draw inspiration from a large array of personal interests, including his newfound love for surfing.

Kasuri Dye

Kasuri, a fabric common in Japan, has been applied to several pieces this season, including the Khari Liner Jacket, Miles Short and Pontus Shirt. Yarns are resist-dyed before being woven into fabric, producing subtle patterns throughout each garment.

Ryan Struck

A scroll through photographer Ryan Struck’s body of work will take you across the globe—from Panama to Tahiti to Vancouver and back. Look through his latest infrared photo series, though, and you’re transported to a whole different planet.

Abaca Paper Yarn

Commonly used in Asia for traditional papers, Abaca paper yarn is a strong, eco-friendly fiber with antibacterial, sweat-wicking and deodorizing properties that make it an excellent alternative to synthetic textiles.

To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the opening of our first store in Japan, we’ve partnered with legendary Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara and his cult label Fragment Design to produce a six-piece capsule collection.

Chris Christenson

Chris Christenson’s board designs are a blend of classic approach with forward-thinking creativity. He started his shaping business out of a dorm room and has grown into one of the leading shapers of today.

With an unmatched attention to detail, New York-based photographer Robin Broadbent is able to transform everyday objects into flawless graphic abstractions. See a few of our favorite images from his new book “The Photographic Work of Robin Broadbent” below.

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